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I watch with increasing trepidation at the direction Apple is taking its products. The most recent concern came yesterday from Bloomberg that Apple intends to offer its software developers new libraries
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Back at Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai outlined the company’s vision as an “AI first” company, with a new focus on contextual information, machine learning, and using intelligent technology to improve experience.
When you’re looking for inspiration on how to grow your startup into a company that could change the world, Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google and Executive Chairman of Alphabet, seems like a pretty good
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The era of the Apple fanboy may be coming to an end. According to a survey conducted by The Verge in partnership with consulting firm Reticle Research, Apple falls squarely in the middle among Facebook,
The third quarter of 2017 saw Google acquire 2,000 HTC engineers and intellectual property, as well as the launch of their second Made by Google line of products. During today’s earnings call, Sundar talked
RNA-based diseases like Fragile X, myotonic dystrophy and ALS could be treated with this technique. The CRISPR gene editing technique can be used for all sorts of amazing things by targeting your DNA.